April 18th, 2010 we had the opportunity to make three quick studio visits in Provincetown, Massachusetts.
Taylor Baldwin is in his final weeks of his second year as a fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in Province Town. Taylor’s sculptures, drawings and installations bring together disparate imagery from natural history, the everyday, and the fantastic to form new sometimes impossible relationships between the constructed objects and ideas. He is now preparing for a residency at Bemis Center for Contemporary Art in Omaha.
Matt Bollinger is also a FAWC fellow. Matt’s work often reconstructs memory and other abstracted narratives through drawing and painting. Most of his current pieces of work are large or near life scale graphite drawings with surprising levels of surface texture and gesture.
Meghan Gordon is a FAWC alumni currently working in Provincetown. Meghan’s recent sculptures and drawings replicate objects of historical-narrative value, translating them part-by-part in new materials and presenting them in new contexts. She Recently finished a residency at the MacDowell Colony where she began some of the work that is in-progress in her studio.